Do I Have PTSD From An Emotionally Abusive Relationship Quiz

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Do I Have PTSD From an Emotionally Abusive Relationship Quiz

Living through emotional abuse can have a significant impact on your mental health. This quiz is designed to provide you insight if you suspect that you may be experiencing symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of an emotionally abusive relationship.

However, it is essential to remember that this quiz is not a professional diagnosis, and consulting with a mental health professional is recommended for a comprehensive evaluation.

Now, fill out this "Do I have PTSD from an emotionally abusive relationship?" quiz to determine what could be the next steps. 

Questions Excerpt

1. How would you describe your emotions when considering your past relationship with your partner?

A. I feel scared, anxious, or on edge

B. I occasionally feel uneasy or uncomfortable

C. I generally feel at peace and have processed the experience

2. Do you constantly think about your past relationship or experience intrusive thoughts about it?

A. Yes, it's difficult for me to stop thinking about it

B. Yes, an isolated incident

C. Nothing that I feel is major compared to other situations I’ve heard about

3. How has your self-esteem been impacted by the emotionally abusive relationship?

A. My self-esteem has taken a significant hit, and I often feel worthless

B. I have moments of doubt, but overall, my self-esteem has remained intact

C. My self-esteem is relatively stable and secure

4. Do you experience flashbacks or vivid memories related to the abusive relationship?

A. Yes, I frequently have intrusive memories or flashbacks

B. Occasionally, but not on a regular basis

C. No, I do not experience flashbacks or intrusive memories

5. How has your ability to trust others been affected by the emotionally abusive relationship?

A. I find it extremely difficult to trust others and constantly doubt their intentions

B. I have moments of mistrust, but I am still able to form trusting relationships

C. I am generally able to trust others and form healthy relationships

6. Do you often feel on edge or easily startled, even when there is no immediate threat?

A. Yes, I frequently feel on edge and easily startled

B. Occasionally, but it is not a constant state

C. No, I generally feel calm and safe

7. How has your overall mood been affected by the emotionally abusive relationship?

A. My mood has significantly worsened, and I often feel depressed or hopeless

B. I have moments of sadness or low mood, but it is not frequent

C. My overall mood is stable and relatively positive

8. Do you find it challenging to engage in activities or hobbies that you used to enjoy?

A. Yes, I have lost interest in activities that used to bring me joy

B. Occasionally, but I can still engage in some activities

C. No, I am able to enjoy activities as before

9. Have you experienced physical symptoms such as headaches, stomachaches, or sleep disturbances since leaving the relationship?

A. Yes, I frequently experience physical symptoms related to stress or anxiety

B. Occasionally, but it is not a constant issue

C. No, I do not experience physical symptoms related to the past relationship

10. Have you sought professional help or counseling to address the impact of the emotionally abusive relationship?

A. Yes, I am currently receiving counseling or therapy

B. I have sought help in the past but no longer in therapy

C. No, I have not sought professional help

11. Do you find yourself constantly hypervigilant, constantly scanning your environment for potential threats, even when it is unnecessary?

A. Yes, I am constantly on high alert

B. Occasionally, but it is not constant

C. No, I am able to feel safe and at ease in my surroundings

12. Have you experienced nightmares or disturbing dreams related to the emotionally abusive relationship?

A. Yes, I frequently have nightmares or disturbing dreams

B. Occasionally, but not on a regular basis

C. No, I do not experience nightmares or disturbing dreams

13. How has your social life been impacted by the emotionally abusive relationship?

A. I have isolated myself from friends and family

B. I have withdrawn from some social activities but still maintain some connections

C. My social life remains intact and supportive

14. Have you noticed an increase in irritability or anger since leaving the emotionally abusive relationship?

A. Yes, I am frequently irritable or easily angered

B. Occasionally, but not constantly

C. No, I am able to manage my emotions effectively

15. How has your sleep been affected since the emotionally abusive relationship?

A. I frequently have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep

B. Occasionally, but it is not a constant issue

C. My sleep remains restful and uninterrupted


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